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Oblivion pregandered by GameSpy

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Oblivion pregandered by GameSpy

Preview - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Fri 6 January 2006, 20:43:09

Tags: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

GameSpy has a preview of TES4: Oblivion based on some stuff they saw at some gaming show somewhere. Here's the introduction that gets the ball rolling:

Is there any role-playing game that's more anticipated than Bethesda Softworks' The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion? After all, this is one of those rare games that was eagerly awaited by PC and console gamers alike, and both were undoubtedly disappointed when the game was pushed back from late 2005 (it was originally slated as a launch title for Microsoft's Xbox 360) to March of 2006. After we got a chance to check the game out at some recent events, however, it looked like the game's developer made the right choice. While it wasn't quite ready for primetime a few months ago, the demo we had today at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show proved that we'll all be heading to Oblivion soon.​
I think the anticipation is more of a function of hype than anything else. If there hadn't been a bazillion previews, interviews and the like for this game, I'd say it wouldn't even be on the list of most anticipated CRPG sequels off the top of most peoples' heads.

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